Twitter has faced a lot of criticism for its inability to effectively stop harassment and abuse on its platform, but this week, the social network announced three changes to beef up safety.
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Now that we’re finished with the dumpster fire known as 2016, we’re looking at the new year with a sense of hope and positivity.
TVO has become the first media organization in Canada to stream nightly Periscope broadcasts on Twitter.
Can Jonas Valanciunas promise that the Toronto Raptors will reach the NBA Finals this year?
Before Welsh actor Matthew Rhys started hosting The Wine Show, which airs Sundays on Gusto, he had “a great love and very little knowledge” of the wonderful beverage.
What shows did you binge on your holiday vacation? A number of people we know used the break to catch up on some of Netflix’s big titles from the past year – including the Gilmore Girls revival, A Year in the Life.
Jimmy Fallon, one of the most entertaining hosts in the current pop culture climate, delivered the Golden Globes monologue that most people were expecting.
Sarah Hanlon has fallen head over heels for Hamilton.
You’re probably spending a lot of the winter indoors, barricading yourself against the bitter cold. However, if you find yourself walking around Toronto streets, you might notice some film and TV projects currently shooting in the city. Here’s a list of projects to look out for:
By the time you read this, ET Canada’s Rick Campanelli will already be in Los Angeles, preparing for Sunday night’s Golden Globes. Believe it or not, this is the veteran broadcaster’s first time covering the Globes red carpet – and he says he’s probably going to be in awe of all the A-listers (“my jaw’s going to be dropping the whole time”).
A Canadian company has created one of the toughest, most robust drones ever.
If you're a fan of Man Seeking Woman, then you're going to love the new season - even if it feels a little different this time around.
If you're anything like the staff of 24 Hours, you probably spent the holidays gorging on treats while shunning most opportunities for social interaction and catching up on the titles in your streaming queue. Yes, we like our streaming time. Don't judge.
Is it over yet? 2016 emerged as one of the most depressing years in recent memory, as we witnessed terror attacks, police shootings, Brexit, Zika, the situation in Syria, the election of Donald Trump and the deaths of a number of high-profile names in pop culture.
It’s been a pretty heavy year, right? Perhaps some good ol’-fashioned Canadian humour can help you process the abundant lows of the past 12 months. On Dec. 30, Air Farce’s annual New Year’s Eve special will hit CBC, with encore broadcasts airing on Dec. 31 and Jan.1. If you tune in, keep your eyes peeled for Jessica Holmes.
The future is now! We’ve seen some intriguing technological developments in 2016, and the coming 12 months will likely present us with a number of advancements in categories like gaming, virtual reality, augmented reality, social media, drones, streaming and mobile.
For Santas everywhere, it’s a pretty intense time.
Which Canadian cities have the best Christmas lights on Instagram?
When you think of TV personalities involved in the Canadian fashion scene, Jeanne Beker is probably one of the first names that pop into your head.